Lifestyle Changes For Diabetes Control
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Lifestyle Changes For Diabetes Control

My name is Tony Richards and when I turned 40 years old I began having unusual health symptoms including a powerful thirst and numbness in my hands. I went to see my doctor and after running tests he determined that I had diabetes. My doctor prescribed medicine for my condition and he also told me to make some lifestyle changes or the diabetes would get worse. I didn't want that to happen so I began researching ways to control diabetes. After implementing these ideas, my condition actually got better and I was able to reduce the amount of medication I was taking. If your doctor has diagnosed you with diabetes, it's very beneficial for you to read my blog so your condition doesn't worsen. I hope that by following this blog, it will help you to control your diabetes too.

Lifestyle Changes For Diabetes Control

  • 3 Tips That Can Help You Keep Your Heart As Healthy As Possible

    20 December 2016

    Heart disease is one of the most dangerous and frightening medical conditions out there, so it makes sense to do everything in your power to stave it off. Listed below are three tips that you can follow to keep your heart as healthy as possible. Get Tested For Diabetes One of the most important things that you can do when attempting to stave off heart disease is to make sure that you get tested for diabetes.

  • Important Information You Need To Know About Panning Back-To-Back Pregnancies As A Mature Mom

    2 December 2016

    If you have spent all of your 20's and much of your 30's as a career woman or otherwise delayed starting your family, it can be tempting to have babies very close together. Often, that desire is to get through all of the stress associated with babies near the same time or to have two children while it is still safe to conceive. However, it is important to point out that there are risks associated with the decision to have children as close together as possible and it is a good idea to speak with your OB/GYN about the following facts.

  • "What's Wrong With Your Ear?" Managing Cauliflower Ear As A Fighter

    15 November 2016

    As a fighter, you've been through a lot of tough matches. However, the hardest you've come up against is your fight against cauliflower ear. This common cosmetic problem can be unsightly, but treatment is possible. Cosmetic surgery is the most permanent way to help treat this problem, though DIY methods such as draining are possible. Trauma To The Ear Can Cause Cauliflower Ear Fighters (such as the infamous MMA fighter Randy Couture) often have large deformities on their ear that look rather like cauliflower – giving the condition the name.

  • What's an IIC Hearing Aid, Anyways?

    27 October 2016

    If you've recently discovered you need hearing aids and are looking into your options, you might be surprised to find out how many styles of hearing aids there really are these days! One you're going to come across very often is called the IIC hearing air, or invisible, in-canal hearing aid. These are a popular option among patients since, as the name suggests, they can't easily be seen. However, they're not exactly for everyone, so you'll want to evaluate the pros and cons before you opt for them.

  • Depression And Chronic Illness: Two Reasons Why They Are Inexorably Linked

    11 October 2016

    When you suffer from a chronic illness, your chances of becoming depressed increase significantly. In the general healthy population, approximately 10 to 25 percent of women and 5 to 12 percent of men suffer from depression. In the chronically ill population, however, the instances of depression can be as high as 33 percent. Why is depression so much more prevalent in individuals with chronic illness? The reason is twofold. First, many illnesses can cause depressive symptoms on their own.